Eric Prydz says leaving Swedish Mafia was "the very best factor that would have occurred."
In a brand new interview with Zane Lowe of Beats 1, the host talked about Prydz as one of many founding members, which can shock those that are unaware of the supergroup's story. In any case, issues appeared to be in favor of each initiatives.
Here’s what Prydz needed to say:
I used to be there at first, however I believe the Swedish Home Mafia was then one thing completely totally different from what it grew to become when Steve [Angello], Axwell and [Sebastian Ingrosso] determined to essentially take this venture. We have been all 4. All of us grew up collectively in Stockholm. We have been the very best associates on the earth, inseparable. All had studios in the identical neighborhood, creating this new kind of electro home – or anything – and actually pushing one another, and galvanizing. One and the opposite.
I used to be actually a part of it, and the identify Swedish Home Mafia was there then. I believe the very best factor that would have occurred is that Eric was kidnapped and transferred to London, as a result of my music and manner of seeing music was very totally different from what they appreciated. I believe I might have simply withheld all the pieces and I’m so pleased with them.
Figuring out the very totally different kinds of every venture, we should agree. And we’d not need to reside in a world with out Eric Prydz, extraordinary producer. We imagine that dance music wants him and the mafia of the Swedish Home to thrive absolutely.
Eric Prydz – Beats 1 – Apple Music
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